Best Hotel Executive Club Lounges In Jerusalem


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We have reviewed hotels the best club or executive lounges in Jerusalem to help you decide on the best choice if traveling as a couple, a family, or as a single business traveler. By reviewing each of these club lounges, in turn, I conclude which hotel club lounge comes in at the top and which hotel I would select as having the best club lounge at the best luxury hotels in Jerusalem.

Having already reviewed the best luxury hotels in Israel and the best hotel executive club lounges or concierge levels in Israel, I now review the best club lounges in Jerusalem.

1. David Citadel, Jerusalem

Overlooking Jerusalem’s old city walls, the David Citadel hotel enjoys a stunning location in a city steeped in thousands of years of history, culture, and tradition. The timeless alleyways of the Old City, the Western Wall, and the Tower of David, the bustling Machne Yehuda market, the Mamilla Avenue, and an abundance of New City attractions are all within easy walking distance from this landmark hotel.

David Citadel Jerusalem boasts 385 impeccably designed suites and guestrooms, fine cuisine, a modernized gym, and a luxurious spa, a year-round heated pool, and a private executive lounge. The hotel’s design fuses past and future, evidenced in the local-limestone walls and in the curved steel and soaring glass-domed lobby. A highlight is the al-fresco Terrace, which overlooks the ancient city walls and the Tower of David.

Diplomats, prime ministers, celebrities, and artists arrive regularly at the hotel and enjoy the luxury, elegance, and comfort the hotel offers to all its guests.

The David Citadel hotel was recently renovated under the skillful hands of world-renowned architect Piero Lissoni. The renewal of the well-established hotel included the redesign of the public spaces, suites, and guest rooms, as well as the lobby, the pool, the spa, the gym, the banqueting spaces, the dining room, and the executive lounge.

This executive lounge is particularly renowned for its excellent staff. They will regularly refresh your drinks and offer food, as well as assisting in printing documents, making copies, and so forth. This is definitely one of the best executive club lounges in Israel.

The award-winning Executive Lounge at the Jerusalem David Citadel hotel is an adults-only concierge-level lounge, offering a range of complimentary benefits in a relaxed environment.

The exclusive lounge serves a breakfast buffet and a selection of hors d’oeuvres. Light dining and hot and cold beverages are available throughout the day, along with complimentary newspapers and magazines from around the world, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, and a full range of business facilities.

A separated area provides the perfect space for hosting private business meetings, making it a top choice for dignitaries to meet in a more intimate atmosphere.

The Executive Lounge at the David Citadel Jerusalem hotel won first place at the Passport Awards, initiated by Israel’s leading travel magazine Passport, and was named the Leading Business Lounge in Israel 2014 by travel industry representatives.

2. Mamilla Hotel, Jerusalem

Mamilla Hotel, part of the Leading Hotels of the World, is located in the heart of Jerusalem, with magnificent views of the Old City walls and the Tower of David. It can also be found alongside Jerusalem’s shopping experience, Mamilla Avenue.

The sophisticated design of Mamilla Hotel Jerusalem was conceived by renowned architect Piero Lissoni brings superior design and lifestyle hospitality to Jerusalem.

The hotel guests enjoy prestigious accommodations together with exclusive restaurant and bar venues, an award-winning Holistic Well-being gym and spa, and banqueting venues, all blending luxurious, modern, international style with the spiritually rich culture of the city.

The Mamilla Hotel rooms and suites mix the best modern comforts with original pieces. The hotel’s ingenious liquid-crystal bathroom walls are a masterpiece of design and space, going from transparent to opaque at the touch of a button, allowing for combined or segmented spaces.

Akasha Wellbeing Center offers a uniquely wide range of holistic practices, rejuvenation, and beauty treatment experiences. By integrating innovative western and eastern practices with natural healing techniques, Akasha creates a fresh approach to support modern wellbeing needs.

The Gym boasts the most advanced and cutting-edge fitness equipment, Kinesis™ machines, a spacious aerobics room, and a private training room.

The Rooftop Outdoor Lounge & Restaurant is a relaxed, informal brasserie with breathtaking views of Jerusalem’s Old City. Happy Fish Restaurant serves up a variety of Mediterranean fish dishes made with fresh seasonal ingredients, and Mirror Bar and Cigar Lounge is popular among both local Jerusalem residents and hotel guests, offering a unique combination of classic drinks, cocktails, and gourmet bar food as well as high-quality sound system, making it one of Jerusalem’s top nightspots.

Mamilla Hotel’s business executive lounge is located on the entrance level and is ideal for meetings in the private conference room.

The lounge has an elegant but contemporary design offering all day long light dairy dishes, pastries, and drinks. Modern plush sofas and coffee tables blend harmoniously with the antique Chinese and object trouve, ensuring a cozy living space for a relaxing break.

3. Crowne Plaza Jerusalem

Crowne Plaza Jerusalem is the worst Crowne Plaza hotels in Israel with the worst club lounge in our listing. The hotel is located on a hill at the entrance to Jerusalem. The lobby is spacious with some shops, but the rooms are small and basic, and the bathroom amenities are not noteworthy either. The blackout curtains reportedly don’t work with light coming around the edge of them.

The club lounge offers drinks and light snacks but not enough to fill you up, so this hotel does not come highly recommended, even though it does have a club lounge.

Note that The Ritz-Carlton, Herzliya is one of the best luxury hotels in the whole of Israel, but it is also one of the few Ritz-Carlton hotels without an executive club lounge.

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